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You live just down the road from me. I live in Olympia. Sometimes I take a drive up your way to get away from the rat race.|
Wal-Mart is most certainly a cancer. It is only a matter of time before Wal-Mart conquers the world, including China, hehehe!
The globailization of corporations are forming goverments unto themselves and controlling the world and people's lives and leaving rubble in their wake.
In fact, it is part of their marketing agenda to replace that which is beautiful and meaning with disposable box-facilities and strip malls, robbing people of their roots and sensibilities. Happy, fulfilled people are not compulsive shoppers.
One can see this spreading throughout the world. The old Paris lies like a dead body among the skyscrapers and sprall of modern paris. It is happening in Rome and London.
Continuous rapid change and replacing and rearranging structures creates insecurity and anxiety, such that people are malleable and easier to control. Without stability in their lives, they will mindlessly work at jobs they hate, lose desires and sense of self. All that is left of the person is a shell of a person who will work, consume products, and repeat a narrow range of activities.
This is what is actually researched by global corporations and discussed at World Trade Association meetings.
In this way, there will be more than just global corporations. There is a movement towards what is the next step beyond that, the concept of "globalization, " which is the creation of a total homogenous world workforce in which people are like worker bees. The world becomes a hive.
This is the next major paradigm shift of human existence in an overpopulated world with dwindling resources and a dying environment.
When you see Wal-Marts all over China, remember THE BLUE TIGER!!!